Houston The head coach DeMeco Ryans is facing a Texans injury massacre, with 23 players under doubt for their crucial week 10 clash against the in-form Bengals.
Eleven players did not practice including first round pick and defensive end Will Anderson, in what will be worrying signs for the play-off hunting Texans.
The Texans are trending in the right directions with quarterback C.J. Stroud helping the team to a sensational week 9 win over the Buccaneers.
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The Texans will be without five key offensive players with running back Dameon Pierce suffering an ankle injury.
Wide receivers John Metchie III and Robert Woods are also on the sidelines while offensive tackles Laremy Tunsil and Tytus Howard are suffering from knee injuries.
Ryans was philosophical, telling reporters via transcript, “We go through the same process, and things happen. That’s life. Things don’t go your way all the time, so I continue to smile through it, and we’re going to have our best guys out there.”
The beleaguered coach is definitely ahead of the crucial game, continuing, “whoever is available, we’re going to have our best guys out there and we’re going to play the Texan brand of football.”
The Texans lie second in the AFC South, with a 4-4 record while the Bengals are bottom of the fiercely competitive AFC North, going 5-3.